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"Dragon Ball Super: Broly" was one of the most anticipated anime movies of this year. Now there will be an offline release. Continuing the story of the "Dragon Ball Super" television anime, this latest installment in Akira Toriyama’s iconic action franchise sees the long-awaited return of the villain Broly, marking his first appearance in the franchise’s official canon. The film is based on the history of the Saiyans and was written by Akira Toriyama. "Broly." It is Toei Animation's 20th Dragon Ball film.

Notably, the anime movie was released in selected countries. It was first announced in December 2017 during the Jump Fest in Japan and released in the country in December 2018. The film is currently showing in the UK. The highlight of the anime is said to be the final battle between Gogeta and Broly.

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Blu-ray and DVD

Those who are waiting for the movie to release offline have good news. According to Geektyrant, if you haven’t seen the movie, it’s possible you’re waiting for it to be released on Blu-ray and DVD. The good news is that you can already pre-order the film over on Amazon. The Blu-ray will run roughly $35 (£26.69), while the DVD is about $30 (£22.88). The release date is currently set to December 31, 2019. However, the makers haven't announced the film's online release date yet. Also at this point, there is no word on what bonus features will come with which copy, but fans can go ahead and pre-order the film if they would like it.

So far, "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" has seen widespread acclaim in Japanese and American cinemas, and it has already broken every box office record for the franchise.

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According to information released by Box Office Mojo, the film totalled another USD 30 Million (£22 Million) only last weekend, on top of the USD 70 Million (£53 Million) collected in the previous weeks in the countries in which it was screened.

Interesting story

As already mentioned, the most recent animated film based on the imagery of Akira Toriyama has not only canonized a couple of characters but has allowed us to discover many unpublished details about civilization Saiyans. In a particular scene, the film revealed that the full name of the proud Vegeta we all know is actually Vegeta IV, while his father and last sovereign of the planet destroyed by Freezer, was known as Vegeta III. Until now, Fans had to see the anime film in theatres.

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Now they can order the Blu-ray version to have the best experience of Toriyama's work. Stay tuned for more news and updates.